The Newly Jordans is set to return early next year for a return of the past for many nostalgic sneakerheads. It’s crazy to think where LeBron has gone the past couple of years and the star he has become. Now on his 17th signature sneaker, the LeBron 8 released almost 10 years ago so a return of the silhouette brings back so many memories for a lot of sneaker fans. This “HWC” edition is inspired by the 1987 Cleveland Cavaliers jersey’s featuring the iconic blue and orange. Arriving in Varsity Royal, Orange Blaze, Total Orange, and White, the upper is equipped with a mixture of mesh and suede and calls for a bright blue design. Orange laces along with an orange tongue feature LeBron’s Lion logo dresses the silhouette up in orange while a white Nike swoosh logo graces the side paneling outlined in orange as well. A white rubber midsole then begins to finish off the 1987 inspired makeover while an orange speckled Air unit and orange rubber outsole cap off the colorway.
Nike’s 30th-anniversary celebration for the Buy Jordan 2021 runner is off to an excellent start. With original colorways slated to drop soon, today we have an early look at the “Escape” retro Nike has in store for this Spring. The Nike Air Huarache is back this year, and celebrating a whopping thirty years as an essential part of Nike’s footwear lineup. Originally release in 1991, the lightweight runner was a game-changer when it first debuted, leaving runners around the world wanting more ultralight, form-fitting sneakers. Luckily, Nike is always keen to continue improving on their designs, leading the Huarache to remain a factor for decades after it was the peak of the Swoosh’s technology. Now, Nike is celebrating the Huarache with a string of retro releases, starting with the 2001 Stussy pairs earlier this year. Now, with the original “Scream Green” colorway ready to release any day now, Nike has unveiled another archival release making a comeback this year: the “Escape” Air Huarache from 2003. Part of the brand’s “Escape” pack, inspired by the act of escaping to the great outdoors, this Air Huarache features a natural color palette with shades of brown and grey, highlighted by a deep forest green to evoke the feeling of running through the woods.
The New Sale Jordan is coming back. Last seen more than five years ago with an altered shape and construction, the original Air Pegasus is coming back this month in its original form. Check out the debut “Stone” color scheme, coming soon. Nike’s origins as a running shoe brand have created a massive archive of classic footwear in the Swoosh vault, constantly pulled for reference, or occasionally, a full-fledged retro release. This month, Nike is gearing up to reintroduce the Air Pegasus ’83, an early running model from the brand that birthed the still ongoing Pegasus franchise. While it has been retro’d before with some minor alterations to the materials and construction, official imagery of the new pairs indicated that Nike has gone to great lengths to recreate the original as closely as possible, slimming down the materials used and fixing the shape from previous rehashings to better fit the archival product. While we are likely to see many colorways of this new Pegasus ’83 over the next few months, it will debut in the “Stone” color scheme seen here, pitting grey suede overlays over a white mesh base with Buy Aviators Ray-Ban Earglasses made from a dark brown leather.